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Are you ready?
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Ted Mieszkalski
Senior Regional Representative
Prairies, Nunavut and Northwest Territories
Wow! What a long way we’ve come since the first polymer notes came out in November 2011. When the new $5s and $10s arrive on 7 November, all Canadian bank note denominations will be available on polymer.Partners like you have been a key part of our successful transition to polymer. Over half a billion new polymer notes are now circulating, and more enter into circulation each day.

Here’s a final checklist as we gear up to cross the finish line.

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Confirm with your supplier that your vending machines, ABMs, self-serve kiosks and other cash-handling equipment will work with the new $5s and $10s.
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Make sure that your front-line staff is familiar with what the new $5s and $10s look like, their security features, and tips for handling new polymer notes.

Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or to book a customized training session.

Regards,

Ted Mieszkalski
Senior Regional Representative (Currency)
Prairies, Nunavut and Northwest Territories
Bank of Canada
(403) 215-6704
tmieszkalski@bank-banque-canada.ca

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Brand new polymer notes – like paper notes that preceded them – may stick together, but this tendency will disappear as they circulate.

To separate new notes:

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